Embodied emissions for different type of single-family houses

Published: 19 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fjnftf9yd9.1
Wojciech Rogala


The dataset comprises the selected calculation of embodied Co2 emissions for single family houses, depending on building type, partitions used and area of the building. There are the following types of data: Surface of the building [40, 70, 100, 120, 150, 180, 200, 240, 300 m2], number of floors [bungalow, with attic, storey], type of roof [flat, gable, envelope], type of shape [reclangular, medium-complicated], type of foundation [concrete slab, foundation walls], type of walls [AAC, CSU, Clay, Wood], type of ceiling and flat roof [RAAC, concrete slab, precast concrete, wood], roof and windows. For each partition type GWP is calculated assuming life cycle 50; 70 and 100 years. Data were calculated in order to search for optimial building type in terms of low-emission construction.


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Civil Engineering, Sustainability, Global Warming Potential